sticks & strings & four-letter words
Booyah!I'm so glad we can all ride on the tails of your saintly robes and enjoy your rewards as well...:)
I'm glad you're happy about the Cusack casting --- me, I'm just really jazzed about the new blog layout!
It's times like this I'm reminded in a very concrete way why y'all are the best imaginary friends a girl could have.I'm glad you like the new look, Kim. I got really tired of the last one really fast. Clearly, I've been tweaking over the past 24 hours, but I think I'm going to sit here for a bit and see how this one works for me.
Hands off Cusack. He's mine.
I believe we've finally found the trigger to Canadian aggression. And it makes perfect sense to me.
I'm not sure I'm on board with the Cusack thing. He's too . . . soft, and doughy, to be a proper heroin-addicted goth poet. I say no sir, NO SIR!
He's older, craggier - and most of his last roles have been darker and more dramatic. I still hope.Of course, if he plays Lloyd Dobbler as E. A. Poe, it's going to be a nightmare the likes of which the House of Usher never saw.
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